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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010
A week before Inter Milan faces Chelsea in the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League, Inter coach Jose Mourinho taunted his old team, with which Mourinho won two EPL titles, the FA Cup and two League Cups. Since Mourinho was sacked, Chelsea has one just one trophy, last ... Read the whole story
Rob Hughes writes that, "If England's Premier League is the barometer of financial health at the top of the international sport, then soccer in 2010 is living a lie like some of the world banks up to 2009." Manchester United is saddled with debt, Chelsea is totally beholden to its ... Read the whole story
African soccer never ceases to surprise. The latest: the decision by the Benin soccer federation to disband the national team and fire the entire coaching staff after the Squirrels' first-round exit at the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations. The reason: lack of patriotism. Read the whole story
Kevin McCarra writes that Champions League is better than it sounds, because for all its corporate appearance, this is a tournament that retains an element of surprise. With the knockout stage (round of 16) starting on Tuesday, McCarra believes that upsets are possible. Read the whole story
Canada, which failed to qualify for the 2010 World Cup, will face South Africa-bound Argentina May 24 in Buenos Aires in what will be the first meeting between the two teams. The friendlywill also be the marquee game of Stephen Hart's first year as head coach of the Canada. Hart ... Read the whole story
During Real Madrid's win over Xerez on Saturday, Real president Florentino Perez fell victim to a prankster, who asked Perez to pose for a picture with him. Perez agreed to the photo, not seeing that the fan was holding up a Barcelona scarf. After the photo, he showed the scarf ... Read the whole story


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